I will say that there have been two dates that are kind of cool, but other than that, it's just too much."Admittedly, I always thought celebrity's agents could arrange dates for them. This certainly stirs up some sympathy for Spears, since she's not having the best luck in love.
Say hypothetically Brit-Brit has a crush on Tom Hiddleston. Still, it's comforting to know that famous people go through the ups and downs of dating. Nevertheless, it sounds like a disappointing experience for the singer.
This revelation comes courtesy of the same interview, where she played a game of "Never Have I Ever" with Jonathan Ross.
Watch the video below for yet another reminder of how relatable she can be.
An audio recording of Alexander and Britney discussing her relationship with Trawick ("that fucker is not my fiance") and the time he "beat on" her.
"My dad has a shotgun and he's just waiting to use it," a voice that sounds like Britney's drawls.
He's the best thing that happened to her." Fast forward two years, and it looks like Britney may agree.)It goes without saying that if Alexander is telling the truth (and, within that, if Britney was telling him the truth) this is awful.But if he's not telling the truth it's awful in a different—and frighteningly elaborate—way.Considering she's a huge pop star, you would think that Britney Spears' love life was a piece of cake — or at least, that's what I believed.But it turns out that the experience of dating as a celebrity isn't all that different from what ordinary people go through.For someone who has been romantically attached to one of the world's most recognizable faces for the past two years, Trawick has remained relatively obscure in the public eye.